getting my house in order

getting my house in order
it's a jungle out there

Saturday, March 21, 2015

walk the walk


so apropos of my last post i went to yoga this morning with my favorite teacher at the studio i now attend

during savasana she played music that was like the best sounds ever ever ever in the whole world.
i just got lost in it and boy did it take me all sorts of awesome places

crickets chirping... or maybe peepers.... which is the best sound in the world when one is still stuck in this ny polar winter that wont fucking quit.
The sounds brought me to my Sisters, all of whom have forsaken fucking ny polar winters for warmer climes.
2 are currently hearing crickets or maybe peepers at night, the other hears ocean waves.
also one of the best sounds ever, but crashing waves came at the very end

in between baby frogs and slapping salt water...

harmonicas... good night john boy good night mary ellen loved me some waltons big time... my first concert ever-billy joel's piano man-harmonica there... and of course more recently the awesome jimmy fallon neil young old man duet...

piano music that reminded me of the first twilight movie... don't judge!!! there's a time and place for everything almost and there are times when nothing hits the spot like twilight

the music seemed to go on forever. parts would dissolve and then solo. it would peak and swell again and it just made me happy it wasnt over yet

kinda like yummy yummy sex

so.. East Forest's Walk the Walk

my new favorite. he also has a Talk the Talk


(maybe one day i'll write in full sentences with appropriate punctuation again.
right now this is all i got)




3 comments:

  1. You don't need punctuation or complete sentences to portray such complete images.
    Hugs and kisses from this southern clime woman to you, you northern clime woman.

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  2. Well I loved it without punctuation. I agree with Ms. Moon. I felt what you said.
    I'm going to check out that Neil Young - Jimmy Fallon thing.

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